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NZ v England, 4th ODI, Lincoln

England Women level series with big win

Feb 26, 2015: A five-wicket haul from Kate Cross and a brisk 89 from Sarah Taylor led England Women to a series-leveling nine-wicket win against New Zealand Women in Lincoln

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England v India, only women's Test, Wormsley, 3rd day

Raj key in India's test of nerve

Aug 15, 2014: India Women need 62 runs with six wickets in hand to beat England Women in their one-off Test at Wormsley

Melinda Farrell at Wormsley

MCC Women v ROW Women XI, Lord's

Raj, Lanning set up win over MCC

May 19, 2014: Mithali Raj and Meg Lanning scored half-centuries before four wickets for Sana Mir helped ensure victory for a Rest of the World XI against MCC at Lord's

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Australia v England, Only women's Test, Perth, 3rd day

Cross rocks Australia after Edwards rally

Jan 12, 2014: Australia collapsed to 5 for 57 chasing just 185 as England struck repeatedly with the new ball in the final 90 minutes of play

Raf Nicholson at the WACA

West Indies v England, 2nd women's ODI, Trinidad

Cross, Taylor help England rout West Indies

Nov 2, 2013: Sarah Taylor's 74-ball 55 helped England Women chase down 127 within 34 overs for a seven-wicket win against West Indies Women in the second ODI. Earlier, fast bowler Kate Cross decimated the West Indies' top order to set up a low run-chase

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Women's cricket

Youthful squad to tour West Indes

Oct 1, 2013: England have named the uncapped pair of Beth Langston and Kate Cross in their 14-player squad to tour West Indies

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England Women tour of Australia 2010-11

Kate Cross called up for England

Jan 11, 2011: Kate Cross has been called up to the England women's squad for the Twenty20 series and Ashes Test against Australia women

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County news

Cross, Rainford-Brent and Stevenson retain academy spots

Nov 6, 2007: Lancashire and Surrey have retained their female players on their Academy schemes

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Eversheds Most Promising Young Cricketer award

Cross named Most Promising Young Cricketer

Sep 18, 2007: Lancashire's Kathryn Cross has won the Eversheds Most Promising Young Cricketer award

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